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We hate to break it to you, Calgary, but there's more snow on the way.

If you know anything about winter in Calgary, you know it's pretty unforgiving. 

In fact, according to The Weather Network, we can expect up to 10 more centimetres of snow this week. 

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2-4 cm Predicted for Wednesday, October 21

On Tuesday, October 20, they're calling for one centimetre of snow, and the same on Friday and Saturday. 

Temperatures will get as low as -9 C on Saturday, too. 

But have no fear, things are warming up next week. 

We're expected to be in the positives all week long with sunshine for most of the week. 

Basically, we'll be cold for a week then hop back into Autumn for a few days. 

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